By Alane Palmer, ND, CNC and Michelle Tuffs
Do you feel like you’re giving your best efforts to create a healthy body? Maybe you began a new regime at the beginning of the year? You’re going to eat healthy foods, stay on top of your vitamin supplements, have great workouts, enjoy shiny hair and gorgeous nails! You’re going to be “THAT” person! And after 6 months of your best efforts, you still fall short of what you expected, so what gives? Optimizing nutrition involves so much more than what you eat.
Is Your Body Absorbing Nutrients Properly? Perhaps leaky gut and malabsorption are causing all of the right choices you’re making to create a healthier body feel as if you’re getting nowhere. Most of us need a little nutritional enlightening! This is also why testing your body to see if it is absorbing nutrients properly, instead of guessing, will help you achieve the results you are working toward. Just because a food, vitamin or a fantastic smoothie full of healthy greens makes it to your stomach doesn’t mean it is absorbed into your body and will be used as you intended. Whether they’re from food or supplements nutrients aren’t technically IN your body until they are absorbed. Keep in mind that the stomach itself is a hotbed of activity digestive-wise however, virtually nothing is absorbed there. None of these nutrients can fulfill their duties optimally unless your body IS absorbing nutrients properly!
If you are experiencing leaky gut symptoms or poor absorption symptoms, Nutritionally Yours and our Comprehensive Stool Analysis x3 will help you understand if Your Body Is Absorbing Nutrients Properly or not. Plus is covers good, bad, and harmful bacteria, yeast, digestive enzyme need, colon inflammation, parasites, yeast, ph and more! It is EASY to purchase via our website and the test kit is mailed out to you right away!.
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Medical disclaimer: Our tests cannot be used to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. All test results are to be used as educational materials and as a guide to help support your overall health and wellness. Always discuss health concerns with your medical doctor.